Chapter published in:Child Bilingualism and Second Language Learning: Multidisciplinary perspectives
Edited by Fangfang Li, Karen E. Pollock and Robbin Gibb
[Bilingual Processing and Acquisition 10] 2020
► pp. 1–6
Chapter 1Integrating multiple views and multiple disciplines in the understanding
of child bilingualism and second language learning
Published online: 01 December 2020
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